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Carlo Davis, left, president of Veterans of Foreign Wars Benjamin O. Davis Post #9191 and active-duty Army warrant officer, accepts keys to a new vehicle on behalf of the local VFW from Mike Ishak, general manager of All American Chevrolet Lithium Motors in Killeen, Texas, during a ceremony Aug. 30, 2018 at All American Chevrolet in Killeen.

In an effort to support veterans and their families, All American Chevrolet Lithium Motors in Killeen donated a midsize SUV and $22,600 during a ceremony Thursday at All American Chevrolet of Killeen.

Carlo Davis, the president of the Veterans of Foreign Wars Benjamin O. Davis Post #9191 and an active-duty Army warrant officer, accepted the 2018 Chevy Equinox on behalf of the local VFW.

“The vehicle will be used to provide support to veterans, including homeless veterans,” Davis said.

Lee Anna Davis, who is retired from the Army, accepted the check as a member of the Wounded Warrior Project.

The Wounded Warrior Project provides a variety of veteran programs and services to help wounded veterans.

Mike Ishak, general manager for All American Chevrolet Lithium Motors in Killeen presented both the car and the check.

“The military is at the forefront of anything we do,” Ishak said. “I believe if you are a profit business then you should give back to the community.”

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